Free Sight Word Printables

Free Sight Word Printables


Learning about sight words can be tons of fun with a few simple resources!

Both of my younger boys have been working hard on learning word families and phonics, but sight words have been a tad more difficult for them.  This week I’ve made a simple Sight Word Slap Game for them to practice PrePrimer Dolch 220 words.

But before I get to that I need to tell you about our BRAND NEW Sight Word of the Week Curriculum:


Sight Word of the Week covers 40 key sight words for Preschool and Kindergarten students. Each week covers a single sight word with fun and engaging worksheets, activities, games and hands-on resources.  Students put their knowledge to the test with a weekly sight word mini-book that will bridge the gap between emergent and early readers.  Providing your students with a springboard to success with this ready to use program. The 40-week curriculum covers all 40 Dolch 220 Pre-Primer words and prints in the necessary order. Simply add the pages to a 3-ring binder and you are set!  Suggested Age: PreK or K4  Click Here for Sample Pages


Sight Word SLAP:

How to Play:

It seems like a simple game, but it’s really tons of fun and their picking up new words super quick this way!

I like to save my color ink, so I’ve printed these on colored cardstock paper to make them more engaging for my boys.




And my paper trimmer really came in handy to save me time prepping this game.  (I appreciate that this has a safety lock on it but I still keep mine above the fridge to keep little hands away from it :)



Anway, you can print Sight Word Slap free from our sister site File Folder Fun.

While you’re there check out all the Free Sight Word Games and the Free Phonics Games as well.

You could also follow up with some Sight Word Worksheets for extra practice, and this free set matches the words used in the game.


Find More Free Sight Word Resources Here:

Sight Word Worksheets

Sight Word Bingo

Fishing for SightWords

Word Family Printables


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  • Sabrina Beckham Reply

    I must be daft but I do not see instructions. Just assuming they slap and say word when they put down a match—?

    December 17, 2021 at 4:29 am

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